Saturday, May 12, 2018

Yummy Sarawak Kolo Mee : a popular choice

This is one of the stalls that with a queue and they serve the not commonly available Sarawak Kolo Mee. This is probably one of the most famous Kolo Mee around as they have been around for quite a while. And, though there is an indication of Wanton Mee on their signboard, Kolo Mee is actually different. How different? The noodles are made using egg whites with no alkali added. The color is lighter tone and rather curly, like the instant noodles. It actually tastes different, too. 

I went with the Signature Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee Set Meal, the number 1 item on their menu board. The smallest portion at $4 then followed by $5, $6 and the largest portion is priced at $7. I decided to have the $5 portion with additional wantons. No chilli is added as part of the mixture for the sauce apart from the shallot oil and soy sauce, it is served on the side. Its level of spiciness is not to be underestimated though so go easy with it. The egg noodles were good enough to be eaten by itself, its texture was firmer and springier as compared to the usual mee kia. The fresh noodles are available for pre-ordering. It accompanied with ingredients like vegetable, braised pork ribs, char siew, fried wanton, soup wanton and dumpling, quite similar to the wanton mee. 

I did not eat enough to attest its authenticity but it actually tasted not too bad. 

137 Tampines Street 11 #01-45 Tampines Round Market & Food Centre SINGAPORE 521137
Operating Hours: 5.00 am to 3.00 pm (Daily)

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